The offer published at this day: 2018.09.24


From €219 pp, from Los Angeles, 8 nights

Please note that prices are valid at the time of publishing only. Prices can fluctuate depending on availability.

With its towering cathedral, honey stone streets and a munificence of tapas bars, Palma de Mallorca might be small but it’s certainly not boring. Perched on the crescent-shaped Bay of Palma, ...

Learn more

Offer details


  • Duration is 7 nights
  • Flights from Dublin – Palma, Majorca
  • Example date: 10 – 18 October 2018
  • Hotels name: 5* Apartamentos Sol y Vera8.2 on
  • Board basis – Self Catering
  • Hand luggage – Included
  • Kiwi protection
  • Based on 2 sharing

The offer does not include the following!

feladott poggyász, adót és illetéket, transzfer, programbelépőket


Flight ticket

for 2 person


Hand luggage

Board basis

self Catering

Number of beds

Based on 2 sharing

We are not a travel agency, just simply tell you where affordable holidays are. No transactions are made with us therefore we do not issue any tickets or bookings. Is it safe? Yes, it is totally safe. We simply divert you to reputable travel search companies and airlines where you can book the flight deal. You don’t provide us with any personal or payment information.


We join airfares together, your only task is to book them.

Outbound, 2018.10.10
2h 45m
20:00DUB - Dublin Airport
23:45PMI - Palma De Mallorca Airport
Turistaosztály Ryanair
# FR 9997
Return, 2018.10.18
2h 49m
22:15PMI - Palma De Mallorca Airport
23:59DUB - Dublin Airport
Turistaosztály Ryanair
# FR 9998

Has your flight been delayed or cancelled? Know Your Rights

Flight booking


Apartamentos Sol y Vera

This property is 3 minutes walk from the beach. Sol y Vera Apartments are 100 m from Magalluf Beach, Mallorca. They feature free WiFi and an outdoor pool with sun terrace. All rooms have air conditioning and private terraces, some with sea views.

Each Sol y Vera apartment has a fan, safe, flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. There are 2 sofa beds in the living room, and the kitchenette comes with a microwave, fridge, kettle and coffee maker.

Apartamentos Sol y Vera has a restaurant and a bar. There are many shops, bars and restaurants within a short walk.

Poniente Golf Club is a 5-minute drive away, and Palma Airport is 28 km away.

There is a 24-hour front desk. Luggage storage is also offered.

In the months of June, July and August Apartamentos Sol y Vera is popular among young groups.

This is our guests’ favourite part of Magaluf, according to independent reviews.

Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 8.2 for a two-person trip.

This property is also rated for the best value in Magaluf! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.

Apartamentos Sol y Vera has been welcoming guests since 18 Jan 2010.

A szállásokat a ajánlatai közül válogattuk ki.

Self catering

2 people

Only breakfast

2 people

Have you missed out on the accommodation or would like to choose a different one?


Informations about the destination

With its towering cathedral, honey stone streets and a munificence of tapas bars, Palma de Mallorca might be small but it’s certainly not boring. Perched on the crescent-shaped Bay of Palma, the city has a long and interesting history, hints of which can still be seen in the architecture which veers from Moorish and gothic to modern. What you won’t find, however, are the ugly 1970s skyscrapers that blight the likes of Benidorm and nearby Magaluf, nor the seedy bars and clubs that have given the latter a rather unsavoury reputation. Instead, Palma is a sophisticated spot with a marina that overflows with yachts come summer and a restaurant scene designed with the discerning in mind. For all that, central Palma is a sleepy spot, dominated by sunny squares and latticed courtyards. Taking pride of place is the Le Seu cathedral, a gothic masterpiece that dominates the city’s waterfront. The maze of cobbled alleys nearby announces the presence of the Old Town; an area packed with traditional restaurants, pavement cafés and hidden squares. Rather wonderfully, shops selling traditional crafts such as glass ornaments, handmade lace and olive wood carvings sit side-by-side with upmarket (and seriously expensive) boutiques. Down by the waterfront, fishermen still mend their nets by hand on the harbour's edge, while dozens of sun-dappled boats bob in the pretty marina. These are the source of what’s on offer in the city’s restaurants which, not surprisingly, tend to be awash with fresh seafood, much of it plucked from nearby waters. Wine too tends to be a local affair, with Palma and much of Mallorca dotted with vineyards that produce vintages as good as anything you might find on the mainland. More can be found in the markets throughout the city, although the one along La Rambla specialises in brightly coloured blooms rather than bottles of vino. By the end of a trip to Palma, you will have experienced all that Spain can offer in just one island capital.

Good to know

Area code+34
Socket webshop Type F: also known as "Schuko". This socket also works with plug C and plug E.
Bankcard VISA, Maestro, American Express, Mastercard, Eurocard, Visa/Plus
Vaccination not necessary
VISA info Schengen visa: 90 days within a six-month period. Schengen visa: €60.
Spoken language

More similar offer

8 night
2 pp


learn more
from €467 pp
7 night
2 pp


learn more
from €461 pp
8 night
2 pp


learn more
from €219 pp
3 night
2 pp


learn more
from €204 pp

Our website contains some affiliate links in relevant areas. This means we get a small commission -at no extra cost to you- for recommending a product we personally use, trust, and own.